“I’d rather learn from one bird how to sing than teach ten thousand stars how not to dance.” e.e. cummings
At this time of the year, I often think of harmony in nature. Every time I go outside, I hear the songsters of spring. Here are a few local songsters whose voices and plumage are full of gold.
Click on the word “song” in the caption below each photograph to hear the harmony in nature these birds share with us.
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Harmony
6 thoughts on “Harmony in Nature: Songsters of Spring”
What a VERY clever idea to include their songs SB – terrifically creative
Thanks! I hope people click on the links. 😉
That two headed black bird has a really interesting song doesn’t it, great post, inspires me to try and capture some of the birds here in Jiaoxi, Taiwan.
Yes, it does. It’s very unique. I’d love to see photos of some of the local birds there.
Sweet pics and i love that Cummings quote! 🙂
Thanks! I was saving that quote for a bird-related post. 🙂